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Edinburgh - a confession

So I haven’t written in a long time. It’s cos I’ve been busy understandably with uni stuff and this new life I’m living etc etc. I have a confession to make. 463 more words


Is Your Toddler Using a Tablet Computer?

According to a study by the universities of Sheffield and Edinburgh, in families that own tablet computers, almost a third of children aged under five have their own device. 249 more words


Rugby, Latin, and More Cake

One of the highlights of being in Scotland right now is that the rugby world cup is on. Apparently, it’s a very big deal, so says my Irish friend, Lucy. 417 more words


Workshop: Critical Study Skills - 12 and 19 October 2015

(PGT) Critical Reading, Essay Planning and Writing 

  • Monday 12 October 2015 at 09:30 – 12:30
  • Monday 19 October 2015 at 09:30 – 12:30

This workshop is designed to introduce you to the postgraduate learning environment and provide an opportunity to think about and discuss. 48 more words


'In This Song I Will Make Mention of the Sons of Erin': Researching Irish Songs from the American Civil War

From early in the American Civil War songs began to emerge focusing on aspects of the Irish experience of the conflict. Many of these tunes remain familiar to us today, but beyond their often rousing lyrics, what were they originally intended to convey? 1,914 more words

Irish American Civil War

St. Andrew, the Patron Saint

Last weekend, I took a day trip with many of the university’s exchange students to St. Andrews, a small town just a few hours outside of Edinburgh. 454 more words


GROUP 2: How might these objects have informed Hanne Darboven's practice?

In relation to the art therapists, it highlights the fracture of art as a ‘thing’ and the ‘thingy-ness’ of the thing towards the artist. To make comment now feels to comment on our own views rather than Darboven’s. 105 more words

Hanne Darboven